Barnes v. Social Security Administration Commissioner

Filing 3

ORDER granting 2 Motion for Leave to Proceed in forma pauperis and directing complaint be filed nunc pro tunc as of 3/6/09. The plaintiff is directed to serve a copy of the complaint and this order on the defendant by certified mail, return receipt requested, as well as the US Attorney General and US Attorney for Western District/Arkansas without prepayment of fees and costs. Defendant is to answer within 60 days from date of service. Signed by Honorable James R. Marschewski on March 10, 2009. (lw)

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IN TIIE TINITEDSTATESDISTRICTCOURT WE S T E R NDISTRICTOI.'ARKANSAS F O R TSMI'IH DIVISION JOHNN YRAY BARNES PLAINTIFF c r v r l , N07.BOIG o, MICHAE L J. ASTRUE.Commissioner SocialSeourity Administration ORDER P l a i n ti ffh a ssubmitted complaint filing in this district,together a for with a request fbr leave proceed informa paupens. After review,it is forurdthatplaintiffis unable payfor to to thc costs ofcommencenrent suitand,accordingly, followingorderis entered l0'hday of the this of March2009: I T IS HEREBYORDERED pIaintil'fsmotionfor leave procee inforna pauperis that to d is granted. Theolerkis hereby to pro tuncasof March6, ?00g. directcd file thecomplaint nunc Addition a l l y , courthqeby directs a copyol'thecomplaint the that filed herein, alongwith a copy of this order,be servedby the plaintiff by certifiedmail, retum recciptrequested, the on defenda nMichaelJ. Astrue,Commissioncr, t, Social Seourity Administmtion, well asEric H, as Holder,Jr., U.S. Attomey General, and Mark W. Webb, AssistantU,S, Attorney,without prepay mc n t feesand costsof security of therefor.The det'endant ordered answer to is within sixty (60) daysfrom the dateof service. I T I S SOORDERED, DEFENDANT , JAMESR. MARSCHIIW$KI rus{ef,r-,$$TH?i4"ftTuIdrrusns I E ] S'I'ATES MAGISTRATEJTJDGE MAR0 2009 | $rBrs J0HNS0{, R. CIfBK Ff AO7zA {R6v. 8/82) DEPUfiCTFK

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